issue with amplifier in the car

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ROTEL240
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Re: issue with amplifier in the car

Post by ROTEL240 » 12 Oct 2017, 08:30

I asked how long the patch lead was because I know a few who have had the same problem and a very long patch lead coiled up sorted out the problem. Bin the old one and buy a kl 203 for £40 and see how this works with a longer lead. Also earth the burners outer case.

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Re: issue with amplifier in the car

Post by Ur5by9 » 12 Oct 2017, 11:16

Patch leads are fairly short, Sorry I should have added that to my previous posts and I thank you for the help.
I will take a look at this again tonight, a bit mithed as to why it now fails to power up. I can't see even with a dead resistor how this would affect the rest of the unit.

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Re: issue with amplifier in the car

Post by wa10 » 12 Oct 2017, 13:31

The large resistors are nothing to do with it powering up, they are a potential divider to reduce the drive into the transistor

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